Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

tuân theo in English:

1. obey

Obey thyself.
We obey our parents because we honor them and we love them.
Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and obey them.
Although I broke test tubes and played about with chemicals for fun, I did occasionally manage to obey the teacher's instructions as well; repeating experiments that others had long ago undertaken.
He went so far as to hit the girl to make her obey his orders.
As young pupils we had to obey many rules at school.
Only the children still obey me./We were trained to obey orders
stay obey
If you don’t obey the law, you risk going to prison.
they expect to be obeyed by their children and do not care about their opinions and feelings
A referee or umpire is an official who makes the players obey the rules.
He called the dog off and it immediately obeyed. Drivers are not obeying the new traffic laws.
When the police compel you to obey speed limits or else get a ticket, this is an example of a situation where the police enforce the law.
You have a cat in my flat? Oh Helen, why can't you ever obey the rules

English word "tuân theo"(obey) occurs in sets:

500 động từ tiếng Anh 176 - 200

2. abide by

You'll have to abide by the rules.
If you join the club, you must abide by its rules
You must abide by the law
We shall all abide by the time we know has been given us.
Member States must abide by the Charter's provisions when applying EU legislation.
It will be necessary to abide by the Stability and Growth Pact in Europe, not to bury it.
European farmers must abide by rules put in place for the safety of the consumer.
Staff who refused to abide by the rules were fired.
Mrs May says her government will abide by the results of the vote and intends to open exit negotiations with EU colleagues next year.
We will abide by the committee’s decision.
You must abide by the consequences of your decision